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There are 3 girls of various ages, a mother and son who flounce around in flowing clothes like it's a set from a Victorian-era drama, hair-do's and all. There's a real feel of The Beguiled about it along with tinctures of Picnic at Hanging Rock.
They take it in turns to guard the border from incomers and one day someone comes in. They shoot him dead! Then use his body to keep the greenery growing in order to get enough oxygen to maintain life for the small group.
Second along chappie is badly injured and is allowed in. They tend to his wounds whilst keeping him locked up, The Beguiled again. He gains their trust eventually and that's where things start to go about screwy and dark.
It's a really odd film, and I really could have done without the relentless cello music like I was watching Truly, Madly, Deeply! I won't say any more about the outcomes and intertwining of the characters and what's what and who's who in case you want to see it!
Certainly isn't Flop of the Fortnight but it is a bit off the wall! Nicely enough acted by a bunch of what appear to Brit actors who I didn't know and directed (by the relatively inexperienced Kelsey Egan), the set is claustrophobic as you'd imagine as the whole thing takes place in and around the glasshouse.
Currently 99p to rent on Amazon and other streaming services.
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